Coping with stress
Many things can contribute to an increase in someone’s stress levels. Some amounts of stress can be a part of life, but for too many people, it can become unmanageable. It’s important to deal with it before it gets to this point.
Mental and physical effects
Many people know that stress has negative mental effects and can lead to more serious issues if not dealt with, such as burn-out, anxiety and depression. Alongside this, stress takes its a toll on the body as well: high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, menstrual problems, sexual problems, hair loss, the list goes on. Giving people the tools to cope with stress before it gets unmanageable is so important.
Evidence-based stress reduction
Alongside our selection of modules aimed at giving patients techniques to prevent and deal with stress, we also have an evidence-based, rumination-focused intervention aimed at young people called MindReSolve. This intervention was created and successfully tested by Prof Ed Watkins at the University of Exeter. Read more about MindResolve.
Could these modules help your clients?
If you'd like to hear more about these modules or think your service and the patients you treat could benefit from them, please get in touch with any questions. We'd be delighted to give you a demonstration of the Minddistrict platform, so that you can see the modules for yourself.
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